About your Search

20091101
20091130
STATION
WJLA (ABC) 9
WMAR (ABC) 8
CSPAN 6
WRC (NBC) 4
WBAL (NBC) 3
HLN 1
WTTG 1
WUSA (CBS) 1
LANGUAGE
English 35
Search Results 0 to 34 of about 35 (some duplicates have been removed)
love triangle. former astronaut lisa nowack learns her punishment, if you can call it that. she stopped and attacked her romantic rival. cops say she packed her car with a bb gun, plastic tubing and plastic gloves and diapers and drove 900 miles to confront her ex-lover. you'll hear how she still has nightmares about the attack. is the sentence an outrage? "issues" starts now. >>> tonight, a woman waking up from her horrific nightmare speaks out. charla nash was mauled within inches of her life last february. that's when the woman cause called to help her friend. the animal then attacked charla. seen here, travis went berserk and ripped off her hands, nose, lips and eyelids. here's just some of the chilling 911 call. >> what a horror. when the cops came they shot and killed travis the chimp. today, for the first time since who has no eyes any more appeared on oprah with her face covered by a vail. >> i'd like to put across to people that these exotic animals are very dangerous and they shouldn't be around. there's a place for them. >> she said it all right there. tonight's big issue is
. lisa baden has breaking traffic news. what is the latest? it is supposed to be an easy commute day. >> federal holiday does mean a lighter volume of traffic. hov is lifted. reversible roads will be in two- way mode today. two right lanes are closed because of a tractor-trailer accident. there is a pedestrian crash on suitland parkway. we have more from alison and doug. >> thank you. >>> more details on that pedestrian accident. the pedestrian was struck just after 3:00 a.m. this morning. the victim was seriously injured and is in the hospital. the driver of the car remained on the scene. all inbound lanes heading into d.c. are close. >>> we turn to our other top story. the d.c. sniper's final moments. john allen muhammad was pronounced dead last night, closing the book on his reign of terror. >> later today, his family is expected to release a final letter written by the killer. courtney robinson has more. >> one cannot speculate what that letter might say in the moments before his execution, john allen muhammad was given the opportunity to say something but remained silent. witnes
should step in. here's lisa stark. >> reporter: "consumer reports" says the results of its bpa tests offer a snapshot of what consumers will find in the grocery store. and they say it is not a pretty picture. >> consumer cannot tell how much bpa may have gotten into the food in any canned food item that they pick up, and the story here is, you don't know, and you can't know. >> reporter: bpa is a chemical that has long been used in everything from baby bottles to the lining of canned goods. some studies have linked bpa exposure to reproductive problems and increased risk of cancer and diabetes. consumers union found the highest levels in canned goods, del monte green beans and progresso vegetable soup. >> one serving for a small child of those green beans could cause that child to ingest a dose close to the level that already causes harm in animal studies. >> reporter: the test even found the chemical in vital choice canned tuna, marketed as bpa free. the company says it is dismayed and is determined to find the source of the problem. paper products.ent story in no bpa in similac pow
far, there is nothing out of line. here's lisa stark. >> reporter: in a washington, d.c., conference rooms, experts around the country gathered to scour for the smallest clues that the vaccine is causing reactions. government's pointman on the vaccine says millions who have received the vaccine so far, only 302 reported side effects. nothing that would raise a red flag to say, this vaccine may not be safe. >> we're looking hard. we have many systems in place. >> reporter: the government's massive surveillance effort involves cross-checking lists of those who have received the vaccine with later side effects. private heaeah care plans covering 20 million americans. doctors in the public can report side effects to a government vaccine data bababs. rampd out to handle 1,000 reports per day there's skepticism. nearly a one-third of americans believe that the vaccine is not safe. it's still unclear what went so wrong. the government insist today's vaccine are much safer but wants to ensure no repeat. >> we're going to continue to look. we don't expect toee much. >> reporter: the message f
's lisa stark. >> reporter: with so many children fighting the h1n1 virus there has been a huge demand for the liquid pediatric version of tamiflu. the government has released its entire emeency supply. >> one of the reasons to release the stockpile is to make sure no child is not without medicine. it's hard to quantify the shortage. but at this maryland pharmacy they're only able to get enough for about one patient a month. so, pharmacists are making their own liquid tamiflu by taking powerful adult capsules and deleting them. >> it has to be made this way for the foreseeable future. >> reporter: why the shortage of tamiflu? roche pharmaceuticals bought the license to make tamiflu. they didn't invent it but bought the license to make this now critical drug. it's become a huge moneymaker. sales quadrupled over the last year. tamiflu, roche said there's id plenty of capsules for adults and children, and it's confident it can continue to meet u.s. supply requirements. but what if roche falls short? >> the government can step in, pay the manufacturer for the use of monopoly and produce th
star crossed astronauts. what's ahead for lisa nowak after she pleaded guilty for attacking a rival lover. >>> sammy sosa insists he's not trying to lighten his skin. let's look at the picture. why he says he's looking so different. >>> hi, i'm from new york. i'm giving a shout for all the ones out serving our country. right now we are thinking about you and we love you. take care, blessed thing. god love you. >> a lot of viewers with the same sentiment on this ved rans da -- veterans day. thank you, veterans. >>> a hydroelectric dam had problems. this happened in brazil. power was out in paraguay, uruguay. some are concerned what will world will think because the olympics and world cup are coming there. >>> a former astronaut is getting probation for her attack on a romantic rival. i know you remember this story. lisa nowak pleaded guilty to reduced charges for confront ag woman in an airport parking lot. reports say she drove from houston to orlando and followed shipman to her car. shipman says she is still haunted by what happened. >> i know in my heart when lisa nowak attacked m
just one company makes it. lisa stark has details. >> reporter: with so many children fightg the h1n1 virus, there has been a huge demand for the liquid pediatric version of tamiflu. the government has now released its entire emergency supply. >> one of the reasons to release the stockpile is to make sure that no child is without medicines who needs to have medicines. >> reporter: it's hard to quantify exactly how much of a shortage there is of the pediatric tamiflu. at this maryland pharmacy, they're only able to get enough for about one patient a month. so pharmacists a making their own children's liquid tamiflu by taking the more powerful adult capsules and diluting them. >> this has to be made this way for the foreseeable future. >> reporter: why the shortage of tamiflu? the drug is made by just one company, roche pharmaceuticals. roche didn't invent tamiflu but bought the license to manufacture this now-critical drug. it's become a huge moneymaker. sales quadrupled over the past year. despite the shortage of liquid tamiflu, roche says there are plenty of capsules for both adults
revenue streams during this tough economy and lisa has a degree in early childhood education. we've had success with adult cooking classes but we needed expertise for those whereas with kids cooking classes, you can get by with lisa's expert in early childhood education, they put the class together and offers a great variety of different classes. all of the classes are themes. they're around the holiday, like halloween, thanksgiving or christmas, they will be deered toward those. and so far it's been very successful. we've had all of our classes full and so we're going to expand with that and take it where we can take it. and the kids love it. >> reporter: and the parents love it. because it not omen gauges the kids but its teaching them something valuable they can live in life. >> our mission is to make it easier to sit down together for a meal. and getting the kids involved is another key item in getti your family together around the dinner table. when they can participate or cook the meal for you. we've had kids from classes take their menu home and buy the ingredients and make the e
lisa, what we have in america is animal ga mation of people who have joined together as one who have joined together as one, that being americans and when we add hyphenations into that, irrespective, and certainly abbey thurston, i applaud her, a great scholar, but i disagree we are americans and to say it is perfectly ok to interchange one for the other with your color or whether you're black. i'm an american first. when i walked into the studio, i did not walk in as black. i did not walk in as black anything. i walked in as michael, an american. that allows me to become comfortable within myself. i owe no one nothing but myself. did i get up and work today? did i give something to my community? did i do something to enhance what i do, work-wise and so forth. >> others don't say i'm chinese or french american or anything else. glenn: please. >> i want to get to barack. a lot of people voted for barack. i think they didn't vote for him because he was black, because once you become conservative you are no longer black and we know what that's about. glenn: i'm going to come back to you
because of all these arguments that you've been having with your mother, lisa, sometimes in an inadvertent way, we're looking for negative attention, which is better than no attention at all. i would advise both of you maybe to get together as mother and daughter and go somewhere for the whole day that doesn't involve being around a store or mall, and really try to connect with each other. >> that's a hard one. mothers and daughters like to go shopping together. >> but there's got to be -- >> a pedicure. >> maybe that. just some way to connect. some way to connect. >> yeah, go to a musical or something. >> is he making any sense? >> i don't know. because part of my credit bill this month is manicures and pedicures. >> how about a human? >> her mail is personal, i'm not supposed to open it. but yesterday a bill came, but i was dying to see if she really controlled herself. i slit it open. oh my god, it's $466. and i'm like, manicure and pedicure. like three times in a month. >> how many times can you get a manicure and pedicure? >> once a week. a pedicure once every three weeks. >> i'm not
investigative correspondent lisa myers has more on this story. hi, lisa. >> good morning, matt. this is all being driven by public outrage toward bailed-out banks, which in recent months have doubled credit card intestates for millions of americans. what congress is moving to do now would merely prevent further increases on most balances. it will not undo what has already happened. for months now, consumers have been outraged by unwelcomed credit card notices. ed niska just got the word that bailed-out citibank is doubling his rate to 30%. >> it does anger me, because here i am, a citizen, and i helped bail them out. >> reporter: hank parker just got his second interest rate increase this year from citi on the $3,500 he owes. >> i'm getting whacked for 30% on an interest rate? i just -- it just knocked me over. >> reporter: linda and jay gallagher had downsized so they could pay all their bills after their consulting business was hit hard by the economy. then, chase doubled the interest rate on their $5,000 credit card bill to 15%. >> it was an injustic it was a great injustice to us, who w
. >> that's right! >> reporter: even more breaking oprah news today, patrick swayze's widow, lisa niemi, opened up for the very first time today to oprah about patrick's final moments. and wait until you hear about the bombshell secret she shared about their marriage. >>> joining me tonight in hollywood, pat lalama, an investigative journalist. and from new york, rachel zalis, a contributing editor for life sand style weekley. i want to begin with the controversy over oprah inviting b.b. wymans on show. >> my friend b.b. wymans kris crossed the country in search of the best karaoke singers. check this out. >> i'm on my quest for the best karaoke singer in the land. >> okay, bebe was charged in february after he allegedly pushed his ex-wife to the ground during an argument over custody of their children. in a brand-new statement today, debora, his ex, tells tmz that she is hurt by oprah's decision to have bebe on the show. after all, oprah refused to have chris brown on after he beat up rihanna. pat, is oprah being a hypocrite? >> not at all. i do not understand this controversy. what is
. >> reporter: while at us airways' hub in washington -- >> flight 1825. >> reporter: flight attendant lisa scott knows the routine ll. what's the secret to staying sane if you're a flight attendant? >> yoga. [ laughter ] lots of deep breaths. >> reporter: the airlines anticipate just under 2 million fliers to pass through all the nation's airports toda but the busiest air travel days will be sunday and monday with just over 2 million fliers each day. and 23-year veteran lynwood harris knows what they're thinking. >> they're thinking about that wonderful dinner at grandma's house. their expectations of getting there on time and most of all, having their bag arrive with them as well. >> it's a family obligation, right? >> yeah, we're -- yeah. it's going to be fun. the heartland. it's going to be fun. it's going to be great. >> check in early. please plan on arrival at the airport two hours ahead. >> reporter: the good news, thanksgiving 2009 looks to be snow and ice-free. >> the weather is cooperating, passengers are moving well, and flying's good. >> reporter: okay, here's the advice. if yo
will be wearing during the competition, lisa baird is chief marketing officer for the united states olympic committee. lisa, good morning. >> good morning, al. how are you? >> all right. and we have got people chanting "go, usa." we love this. what are the trends we'll be looking at this winter? >> well, we're going to be looking at a classic american palette, red, white and blue. the nike outfits are stressing performance. they've got to perform really under any condition. >> let's get started. this is the medal stand look. we hope to see this a lot in february. and showing off our look, short track speed kaser j.r. cheleski and gretchen bleiler. good to see you again. tell us about this look. it's fantastic. >> for the men, the hat, it's all about warmth, it's all about coort. >> are you warm? >> very warm. surprisingly. >> and wh gretchen, you've got a cat with a slightlyifferent cut. it's about being sporty and also looking great. >> will this hat stay on when you're snowboarding? >> only on the podium, al. there you go. >> only on the podium. >> and what about these tops here? >> these
all of the 19 name brand products studied and the consumer group says that could be dangerous. lisa stark has more. >> reporter: "consumer reports" says the results of its bpa tests offer a snapshot of what consumers will find in the grocery store. and they say it is not a pretty picture. >> "consumer" cannot tell how much bpa may have gotten into the food in any canned food item that they pick up, and the story here is, you don't know. and you can't know. >> reporter: bpa is a chemical that has long beensed from everything in baby bottles to the lining of canned goods. some studies have linked bpa exposure to reproductive problems and increased risk of cancer and diabetes. consumers union found the highest levels of bpa in canned goods. del monte green beans and progresso vegetable soup. >> one serving for a small child of those green beans would actually cause that child to ingest a dose close to the level that already causes harm in animal studies. >> reporter: the tests even found the chemical in vital choice canned tuna, marketed as bpa-free. the company says it is dismayed and
immediately and find an alternative sleeping space for the baby. abc's lisa stark has much more on this important story. good morning, lisa. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this is one of the recalled storkcraft cribs. here's the problem. the cribs that are recalled have the drop-down sides like this. but the mechanism can break. it can leave a dangerous gap here that the baby can get trapped in. and in fact, there have been four deaths, infants, ages 6 months old to 9 months old. this largest recall ever, raises alarms on a product parents count on to keep kids safe. the storkcraft cribs have a side that drops down, making it easy to reach the baby. but the plastic mechanism can fail. it's also possible to mistakenly install the side upside down. either situation can lead to disaster. a deadly gap between the mattress and crib. >> we have had over 100 incidents. and 15 entrapments and 4, tragic deaths of infants caught in between the drop-side and the mattress. these infants have suffocated. >> reporter: nearly 150,000 of the dangerous cribs carry the fisher price name. the r
they say there's nothing out of line. here's lisa stark. >> reporter: in a washington, d.c. conference room, experts from around the country gathered to scour for even the smallest clues that the h1n1 vaccine is causing dangerous reactions. dr. bruce gellen is the government's point man for the vaccine and says of the millions who have received the vaccine so far there have been 302 reported side effects. >> mostly sore arms, malaise, fever, things like that. >> reporter: nothing that would raise a red flag to y, oh-oh, this vaccine may not be safe? >> we're looking hard. we have many different systems in place. so far we haven't seen anything that worries us. >> reporter: the government's massive surveillance effort involves cross-checking lists of those who have received the vaccine with any later reports of health problems. data will come from health records from the department of defense, veteran affairs, the indian health service, medicare. and even from private health care plans covering 20 million americans. doctors and the public can also report side effects to a government vaccine
mother lisa miller in contempt of court earlier this year for denying jenkins access to the girl. miller who lives in virginia and renounced homosexuality after the couple broke up if 2003 plans to appeal. >>> the h1n1 flu may hit children with asthma harder. a study says that youngsters who have asthma are more than likely to develop severe cases of the h1n1 flu than seasonal flu and even mild cases of the condition are at risk. >>> one of the nation's leading health officials has an insider perspective on the h1n1 virus. >>> and howard, what do you have for us? >> we still have light rain and drizzle across the area. we will look at it on live doppler hd. we will look at the wednesday travel forecast across the nation. you are watching 9 news now. (dial-up modem) remember when connections to the internet sounded like this - when high speed internet was out of reach of most american families and small businesses? as recently as the year 2000, only three percent of american families had high speed internet. then competition drove innovation - spurred private investment, and the internet
at a deputy's window, trapping inside his cruiser. animal control officers, virginia newsom and lisa shaw, showed up. chased him on to another road. the deputy left and thought the turkey had gone, too. >> as i was leave, i looked in my mirror and to see him chasing me down. came up on the side of me and literally got in front of my car and stopped me from leaving. >> reporter: but he came back. climbed up top the animal control truck. he may like the lights. >> i believe strongly that it was the lights. it was the strobe lights that had him attached to the vehicle. >> reporter: the officers took the pictures and video with their cell phones. for three weeks, he has been wobbling around route 7 in ashburn. the turkey is still on the lam. >> it is notating season and not typical for him to be looking for a hen. however, he just happens to be really out here and looking for attention. >> reporter: jim handly, news4 today. >> maybe he is trying to get away knowing thanksgiving is on the way. >>> there are a thousand ways to prepare for your turkey for thanksgiving. one method may be a recipe
astronaut is getting probation for her attack on a romantic rival. lisa nowak pleaded guilty yesterday to reduced charges for confronting a woman in an airport parking lot. police say she drove from houston to orlando and followed colleen shipman to her car. shipman says she's haunted by what happened then. >> i knew in my heart when lisa nowak attacked me that she was going to kill me. it was in her eyes. a blood-chilling expression of limitless rage and glee. >> in the plea, lisa nowak cannot have any contact with shipman, but she did apologize to her in court. >>> a private u.s. security firm allegedly wanted to bribe its way out of a controversy after its guards shot 17 iraqi civilians. this is video from that shooting. "the new york times" quoting former blackwater executives saying the company had $1 million to buy iraqi officials' silence. the story says it's unclear if any money was paid. a u.s. investigation called those shootings unjustified. >>> the firm now called xe services calls this report baseless. five blackwater guards are now facing manslaughter charges, but they sa
charges on your credit card every month. nbc's senior investigative correspondent lisa myers is here with details. lisa, good morning to you. >> good mornin meredith. you may have seen some of these money-back offers on popular websites when you're shopping online. well, today, a senate committee is cracking down on this industry, which investigators say engages in deliberatel misleading tactics and may be duping consumers out of millions of dollars. the offers pop up when you least expect it. >> i felt like i was being pick-pocketed. >> reporter: on websites that you know and trust. >> it's just very deceptive business practices. >> reporter: ann makai had been on shutterfly buying photos, mike genevieves, two movie tickets on fandago, when they got some strange, unwanted charges on their credit cards, monthly fees for a membership club called reservation rewards. >> this was going for a service which i did not want, did not need and had no knowledge of getting. >> reporter: authorities say millions of online shoppers are signing up and getting billed for these clubs without knowing
. [captioning made possible by constellation energy] >> hello and welcome to 11 news sunday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm deborah wiener. first a look outside with meteorologist john coinls. hey, john. >> a little different out there, warmer, not raining. >> yes. >> there might be a couple of patches of fog and all, but our temperatures now are where they were yesterday morning at this time. the big difference is that there's no moisture in the atmosphere. >> yes, thank you. >> so let's take a look outside at our h.d. doppler radar, and, you know, the proof is in the pudding. yesterday, there were still some sprinkles and a little drizzle and a couple of spotty showers around the area with most of the rain up in new england, a lot of rain up in new england. well, this morning it's still raining in new england, but we've shaken most of the cloud cover. again, there may be a few patches of fog and here there. temperatures are solidly in the 50's around the region, a few suburban 40's are possible, but no rain nearby. that is the good news to finish out the weekend. and wait till you bh
. councilwoman mary norwood is among the front runners for the job along with lisa borders and state senator kasim reid. >>> new this morning, more than half of america's kids could be on food stamps during childedhood. these kids may be at risk for nal nutrition and the recession could push the alarming numbers even higher. the study is in the archives of pediatrics and adolescent medical sin. >>> police say it could be weeks before they identify six women found dead at a home in cleveland. the coroner is collecting dental records for several missing women, including nancy kobz who lived in the neighborhood. he also is asking their relatives to provide dna samples. but one missing persons advocate says the deaths could have been prevented. >> nancy cobbs walked to the store. walked to the store on 116th and hasn't been seen since. six families are going to get horrible news. better if we had a missing persons department or an active, ongoing investigation in all of these cases as much as possible, maybe none of this would have happened. >> police are trying to get a warrant to collect dna f
update. we'll start with lisa. >>> we are watching traffic heading out of town right now. northbound 95 into baltimore and down into the delaware memorial bridge, we seem to be any good shape. i have no trouble to report on 66. the beltway is a good at the wilson bridge. we will take you to a couple of cameras so you know what to expect. first of all, make sure your headlights are on. you can barely see 95 in springfield. let's jump to our camera in maryland where it is stop and go. not too bad on at 28, the toll road, if you are heading out to leesburg. a beautiful ride into the district. the fog is leaving. >> it is. it is pretty dense. upper 40's to low 50's. low-level moisture. there is some stormy nets in the upper great lakes area. nothing major. dusty and cooler for friday and the weekend. >>> abe pollin is being praised for his leadership and his generosity. he died yesterday after a battle with a rare brain disease. he was 85 years old. he was the wizards longest tenured honor. thank you for watching.
. thank you, lisa. hey, dillon, a lot of countries involved in this. can you name me some the countries. >> philippines, israel, new zealand and australia. >> wow. that is a lot of countries. dillon, i think you did an excellent job. it's the climate quilt project. want to know more about it and get your school involved it's going to be easy to do. we'll link you to everything on our website at abcnews.com. just go in there, look for it. it'll show you what schools are involved. how the project got started. what the goals are and what you can do to get your school involved. get to the boards. one or two things we want you to know. thank you all very much for even making the quilt. watching the quilt. holding it up for us this morning. i know it was a lot of work even though some are leaning on the wall a little bit. everybody else is doing the hard work. it's okay. it's all right. here's what's happening this morning, one or two things as we said. on the big flyby on the eastern seaboard nice and quiet. right up the middle of the country there will be some rain and some of that rain fro
understand in nigh country becpu√°q of the impunity. even con de lisa rise. even civilian. when i think because of that impunity and everybody think that's not - the body of woman sa place where they can do anything they want. it's also to men, to be to get involved in such fight to end it. >> if you just tuned in. this is chouchou namegabe and she's the recipient of the night international journalism report on her work covering the rape and a buts of women in her country. there's an e-mail. is there an appeal by elders for an end to the violence? >> sorry. yes. they want it and need it. that's why in our proposition. we're training women to follow what we are doing to get involved in the fighting and i've got a program of training for women you know in our part that don't have a really good school for our children. i have - this means we're own trainers and we train ourselves by practicing and having many trainings everywhere. that's how i wanted to share the same thing with other ladies. other young women and to elders. yes. they are aware of the situation and they get involved. >>
Search Results 0 to 34 of about 35 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (10 Mar 2001)